The Jazz Crusaders at the Lighthouse is a live album by The Jazz Crusaders recorded in 1962 and released on the Pacific Jazz label. Track listing: “Congolese Sermon” (Wayne Henderson) – 6:50 “Cathy’s Dilemma” (Henderson) [More]
Track listing: 00:00 A1 S’Pacific View (Herb Geller) 05:55 A2 Jitterbug Waltz (Thomas Waller) 11:39 A3 The Fruit (Bud Powell) 17:55 B1 Here’s What I’m Here For (Harold Arlen,Ira Gershwin) 22:35 B2 Marable Eyes (Herb [More]
Curtis Fuller and Hampton Hawes with French Horns is an album by trombonist Curtis Fuller with pianist Hampton Hawes recorded in 1957 and originally released as one half of a 16rpm record Baritones and French [More]
“Nica’s Dream”  (Horace Silver). Personnel: Joe Pass – guitar John Pisano – guitar Anthony Esposito (?) – bass
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“Autumn Leaves” (Joseph Kosma) Personnel: Frank Rosolino – trombone Louis Van Dyke – piano Jacques Schols – bass John Engels – drums
First Time Out is the debut album by American composer,arranger,pianist and keyboardist Clare Fischer, recorded and released in 1962 by Pacific Jazz Records. Down Beat awarded Fischer’s trio five stars (“the biggest surprise of the [More]
The Quintessence is an album recorded by Quincy Jones and his orchestra. It was released in 1962 and was his only recording for the Impulse! Records label. It has been called “the sound of the [More]
The Thinking Man’s Trombone is an album by American jazz trombonist Al Grey released in 1960 on Argo Records. The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4 stars, calling the music ” swinging and [More]
Carl Fontana Quartet plays “Easy To Love” from At The Times (Studio City 7-15-75) Personnel: Carl Fontana – trombone Dave McKenna – piano Herb Mickman – bass Jake Hanna – drums